Re: [PCWorks] Finding your registraton number in the registry

I didn't say "Type":

"Eureka" on the toolbar under "Tools" is really fascinating.
;-)

Did you try the areas I mentioned?  "You have to look under 
both 'Installed programs' and 'Licenses' because it doesn't 
list all at either one."  I just saw that "Applications" is 
another area that lists the keys for some software.

I installed the stand alone version, the one that doesn't need 
any installation.  So if you tried the other, try this one. 
The 2nd download option, 
http://www.gtopala.net/download/siw.exe .
-Clint

God Bless
Clint Hamilton, Owner
http://www.OrpheusComputing.com
http://www.ComputersCustomBuilt.com


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "LarryB"



Do not understand this post. Type "Eureka" on the toolbar under 
"tools"
of what program? (SIW?)
Larryb

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Clint Hamilton-PCWorks Admin wrote:
That's an interesting program with a ton of information (Harold
would love it ;-), but it may or may not get the Jasc key
Larry. It doesn't list my Kaspersky key, at least not
correctly (I guess it's coded or encrypted like I mentioned
earlier), but it does show my Roxio key/reg #. You have to
look under both "Installed programs" and "Licenses" because it
doesn't list all at either one.

"Eureka" on the toolbar under "Tools" is really fascinating.
-Clint


----- Original Message -----
From: "Karl Springer"

On 20 Jul 2008 at 9:03 -0500, Clint Hamilton-PCWorks Admin
wrote, at least in part:


... Something like Belarc Advisor can find "some" of them,
and
I'm sure there's other programs out there that will find all
of them.


----- Original Message -----
From: "LarryB"

Does your registry keep track of all you software's key codes
or registry number? If they do how do you find them?

Or is there a program that will read them out?


SIW (System Information for Windows) is another program,
<http://www.gtopala.com/.

Karl

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